Hunter Museum announces 2021 exhibition for Ken Browar and Deborah Ory

November 25, 2020


ON VIEW MAY 21, 2021 - SEPTEMBER 6, 2021

A collaboration between dancers, photographers and choreographers, these brilliantly executed images will examine the intersection of fashion and dance. The works showcase internationally-renowned ballet dancers, often in vintage or modern couture fashions.


These gallery exhibitions are open - yes, open - for visitors

June 12, 2020 - Cate Mcquaid

Galleries are the first cultural venues to reopen. In the Boston area, several are welcoming visitors this week — equipped with disinfectant, hand sanitizer, and face masks.

“I feel very safe,” said Susan Lanoue, owner of Lanoue Gallery... “It’s been learning a new way of doing things, but it’s not that hard.”

Questions remain about the timing of reopening, especially in SoWa, where several galleries were affected by a flood caused by a water main break in April. At all galleries, opening receptions will go by the wayside until people can safely gather again.


International Photography Awards Announced

June 5, 2020

Congratulations to Ken Browar and Deborah Ory a.k.a. NYC Dance Project on winning their third IPA award. Browar and Ory won second place this year for their stunning, “Night Journey,” photograph of the Martha Graham Company in the “OneShot: Movement, People“ category. Lanoue Gallery was honored to premiere this exceptional work of art during Browar and Ory’s solo exhibition last fall.

Additionally, thank you to Governor Andrew M. Cuomo for highlighting the winners of this year’s IPA competition in his recent NY state update segment, “Tonight’s Deep Breath Moment”.

David McCauley exhibition to benefit Spaulding Rehabilitation

June 21, 2019

Lanoue Gallery is pleased to present Write Your Own Story, a collection of text-based works by Miami based artist David McCauley. 

McCauley’s text works are often pared down to a short phrase or just a single word in an effort to find a universal truth or idea that resonates with us all regardless of our background, gender, race, finances, or health.   The materials and words are thoughtfully chosen to spark engagement with the viewer.  But the artist has left the compositions and text equally and deliberately spare to allow room for the viewer to write their own story with each piece. 

McCauley’s desire to write his own story has played a significant role in helping him move forward after a traumatic injury, which is part of his desire to help others do the same.  Over a decade ago, McCauley dove into a friend’s swimming pool head first and suffered a C6 spinal cord injury that left him permanently paralyzed from the chest down.   During the grueling months of rehabilitation that followed, McCauley was introduced to the gift of art therapy which can provide a range of immeasurable lifelong benefits.


Jeremy Holmes "A Ribbon of Flight and Grace"

May 30, 2019 - Cate Mcquaid for The Boston Globe

Jeremy Holmes spent 2 1/2 days earlier this month unspooling a coil of hardwood to fill the size of a gallery. It arcs down from the ceiling, ricochets off the walls, scoops up off the floor, and dances in great loops about the room.

You may ask: A coil of hardwood? Indeed. Holmes works with hardwood veneer — cherry, in the case of his exuberant installation at Lanoue Gallery. He soaks the thin planks in water to soften them up. The artist bends the sodden planks and clamps them until the moisture seeps out and the wood holds its form.


At ‘Best in Show II,’ at Lanoue Gallery, Art Meets Arf

August 15, 2018 - Cate Mcquaid for The Boston Globe

The dog star Sirius, the brightest star, rises in the predawn sky in late summer. This year, August also brings us dog art in “Best in Show II” at Lanoue Gallery, a benefit exhibition for the MSPCA-Angell Animal Medical Center. The gallery always welcomes dogs, who are invited with their people to a Pooch Party on Aug. 26, 1-4 p.m.


New York City Dance Project Interview: Unique Graceful Movements of Dancers Frozen in Time

May 21, 2018 - Jessica Stewart for My Modern Met

Created by Brooklyn-based photographers Ken Browar and Deborah Ory, the NYC Dance Project has been capturing the beauty of dancers since 2015. Merging their backgrounds in fashion and editorial photography, the duo has amassed an impressive portfolio of dance portraits. And by working with the world’s top dancers at institutions like the American Ballet Theatre, New York City Ballet, and Alvin Alley American Dance Theatre, NYC Dance Project is immortalizing contemporary dancers.


Watching the War for His Native Syria, Artist Mohamad Hafez Sculpts Models of a Ravaged Homeland

April 27, 2017 - Greg Cook WBUR

The Syrian-born, New Haven-based artist and architect Mohamad Hafez says he was in Italy in 2014, picking out marble for a Houston construction project, when he got a call. His brother-in-law, a Syrian architect, was in a refugee camp in Sweden.

“It turned out he had ridden one of those dinky boats across the Mediterranean,” the 32-year-old says. “Things had gotten really bad back home. Life had hit a dead end. In order to seek a better life for himself, my sister and his family back home, he decided to ride the Mediterranean.”